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Social, historical, political and cultural settings of Japanese American motherhood, 1940-1990: The tradition of Amae, Gambare, and Gaman in the American Midwest

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Title:Social, historical, political and cultural settings of Japanese American motherhood, 1940-1990: The tradition of Amae, Gambare, and Gaman in the American Midwest
Authors:Adler, Susan Matoba
Date Issued:1997
Publisher:Ohio State University Press
Citation:Adler, S. M. (1997). Social, historical, political and cultural settings of Japanese American motherhood, 1940-1990: The tradition of Amae, Gambare, and Gaman in the American Midwest. In R. Apple & J. Golden (Eds.) Mothers and motherhood: Readings in American history. (pp. 351-361), Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10790/3527
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